Tomato babies that is!
I've not had good luck trying to start seeds in a pot, so this year I bought some Jiffy peat pellets.
Success! The row on the left is Texas Wild tomatoes, red about the size of a golf ball. The next row is Ole Timey Yellow, the first one to pop up. The 2 rows on the right are Mexican Calabash and Arkansas Traveler which are a little slower to start.
The pellets are little small so I will probably have to transplant into a pot before going into the garden bed, but I am pretty happy so far.